THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED CLUB
The Visually Impaired Club (The VIC) is a social club run primarily, but not exclusively, for blind and partially sighted people of Radlett, Elstree, Borehamwood and Shenley; it is the sister organisation of the Radlett, Elstree, Borehamwood and Shenley Talking Newspaper that sends out a weekly recording of news and magazine items
- It is run weekly on Friday afternoons, 1-30 to 4-00
- It meets at the Maxwell Park Community Centre, Maxwell Road, Borehamwood
- The programme of activities includes
- a) Passive ones, e.g. cards, dominoes, Scrabble
- b) Active ones, e.g. New Age Kurling, Boccia
Please tell any visually impaired people you know about the VIC; better still offer to bring them along to a meeting
Offers of help to run the VIC, and names of potential club members,
- a) David Clout: 01923 854403, firstname.lastname@example.org
Or b) Sasha Capocci on 07774479595
Hertfordshire Society for the Blind
In 2015, The Hertfordshire Society for the Blind (HSB) celebrates 100 years of making a difference in the lives of visually impaired people in Hertfordshire.
Founded during the First World War in November 1915, the Society is an independent, countywide, sight-loss charity and is the only local charity providing services to blind and visually impaired people, their families and carers in the county.
The Society aims to reduce loneliness and social isolation, maintain independence and provide assistance with daily living needs, via the provision of help, support and advice.
In order to deliver its services, the Society has a long and successful track record of working with public, private and voluntary sector organisations.